Prep boys basketball: Meridian 76, South Whidbey 62

BELLINGHAM —Alex Martin scored 21 points to lead Meridian to a win over South Whidbey in the opening round of the 1A District 1 Tournament. Parker Collins scored a game-high 24 points to lead the Falcons.

At Meridian H.S.

South Whidbey14171318—62


South Whidbey—Kale Reichersamer 0, Nick Bennett 0, Brandon Asay 14, Jordan Parrick 0, Nick French 8, Parker Collins 24, Greg Smith 0, CJ Sutfin 7, Sutton 9, Patterson 0, Friedman 0. Meridian—Cody Bachman 0,Jacob Plagerman 10, Tanner Tutterrow 6, Brady Moore 0, Nick Rautenberg 13, Alex Martin 21, Blake Briones 9, Sam Chambers 8, Young 9. 3-point goals—Collins 4, Asay 3, Sutfin 2, Sutton, Tutterow 2, Rautenberg 2, Martin 3, Briones 2, Chambers 2. Records—South Whidbey 4-10 league, 5-15 overall. Meridian 6-6, 12-10.

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